Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: sire

  çire—on the head    Adi 5.117, Adi 5.185, Adi 11.21, Adi 13.124, Adi 17.335-336, Madhya 7.48, Madhya 10.60, Madhya 15.252, Madhya 23.124, Antya 1.220 (and more...)
  çire—on my head    Adi 4.227-228, Adi 17.334, Madhya 1.14, Madhya 2.94, Madhya 3.65

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: sire

  çire dhari—holding it on my head.    Madhya 21.74
  çire dhari—taking on my head    Madhya 25.281
  çire hasta dhari—keeping His hand on their heads.    Madhya 3.14
  çire kare—He puts on His head.    Antya 6.291
  çire la-ila—put on their heads.    Madhya 24.275
  duìhära çire—on the heads of both of them    Madhya 1.216
  kari çire vibhüñaëa—I keep on my head as a helmet    Madhya 25.280
  käléya-çire—on the head of the serpent Käléya    Madhya 18.94
  mora çire—upon my head.    Madhya 15.162
  nija-çire—on my head    Antya 7.158
  nija-çire dhari—catching on my head    Antya 20.144-146
  sei çire dhari—I accept that.    Madhya 18.151